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Definition of Ibsen

  • Henrik Ibsen1828-1906), Norwegian poet and dramatist.
  • realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)

How to use ibsen in a sentence. Ibsen pronunciation.

Here is where he completely overshadows Sudermann, even Ibsen, for their most successful personages are abnormal.
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Poverty in early years sometimes makes men rather close and miserly in middle age, as it certainly did in the case of Ibsen, who seemed to think that charity began and ended at home.
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The old monk at the head of the chapter is marvellous; he would find a natural place in one of Ibsen's early historical dramas, for he is a colossal pontifical figure, and has about him the ancient air of authority.
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Take Wagner and Ibsen for instance!
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Well, and Measure for Measure, have dropped on our stage as dead as the second part of Goethe's Faust or Ibsen's Emperor or Galilean.
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The play was The Doll's House and the author was Henrik Ibsen.
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Several of Ibsen's plays were on the repertory for the winter; Sudermann's Die Ehre was then a new play, and on its production in the quiet university town caused the greatest excitement; it was extravagantly praised and bitterly attacked; other dramatists followed with plays written under the modern influence, and Philip witnessed a series of works in which the vileness of mankind was displayed before him.
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The stage has been preoccupied by such affairs for centuries, not only in the jesting vein of Restoration Comedy and Palais Royal farce, but in the more tragically turned adulteries of the Parisian school which dominated the stage until Ibsen put them out of countenance and relegated them to their proper place as articles of commerce.
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I am the representative of the International Ibsen Society.
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You know who Ibsen was, of course?
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You see, we've just discovered that instead of committing suicide, as Ibsen made them do in the play, they eloped and were eventually married.
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I stayed in the den and read Ibsen, and felt very mournful.
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I GREET the appearance of the official organ of the Menorah Societies something in the spirit of Ibsen's Master-Builder, who hears the coming generation knocking at the door.
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We need not, for example, suppose that Ibsen sat in a room surrounded by a repeating pattern of his hair and whiskers on the wallpaper, but it makes us most exceedingly mirthful and joyous to see him thus seated in Mr. Max Beerbohm's drawing; and perhaps no girl ever went through life without harbouring a thought of self, but it is very good for us all to know that such a girl was thought of by Dickens, that he loved his thought, and that she is ultimately to be traced, through Dickens, to God.
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AUTHOR OF "A WINTER JAUNT TO NORWAY," WITH PERSONAL ACCOUNTS OF NANSEN, IBSEN, BJÖRNSEN, AND BRANDES; "THE OBERAMMERGAU PASSION PLAY," ETC.
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CONTAINING PERSONAL ACCOUNTS OF NANSEN, IBSEN, BJÖRNSEN, BRANDES, &c. BY MRS.
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Spectator_ (four columns of review).-"We have little but commendation for a book which will be very widely read by all lovers of adventurous travel on the one hand, and on the other by those who will be more especially interested with the personal chapters upon such names of fame as Nansen and the latter day dramatists of Norway, Ibsen and Björnsen....
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A DOLL'S HOUSE by Henrik Ibsen DRAMATIS PERSONAE Torvald Helmer.
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Ibsen, with all the Norwegians, he put far from him; he would no more know them than the Russians; the French naturalists he abhorred.
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The name of Boyesen would have been set with the names of Bjornson, of Ibsen, of Kielland, and of Lie.
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Examples of Ibsen

Example #1
Panshin, for example, is a familiar type in any Continental city; he is merely the representative of the young society man.
Example #2
Another reason why Turgenev's characters are so interesting, is because in each case he has given a remarkable combination of individual and type.
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Not so Dostoevski: he was often victimised, he gave freely and impulsively, and was chronically in debt.
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There were five children, and they very soon discovered the exact meaning of such words as hunger and cold.
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If one really doubted the genius of Dostoevski, one would merely need to contemplate the men in this extraordinary story, and listen to their talk.
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Then the idiotic and epileptic Smerdakov-for Dostoevski must have his idiot and his fits, and they make an effective combination-is an absolutely original character out of whose mouth come from time to time the words of truth and soberness.